The 2016 Keystone Hideout

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If you are considering a new RV that sleeps up to 10 people, stop by our showroom to walk through the 2016 Keystone Hideout West 26LHSWE. This 30-foot model has tons of standard features to make RVing comfortable and easy, even for the first-time family.

So that the RV won’t feel crowded, it features a large slide. Standard features include a power tongue jack, a power awning with an LED light strip, an outside shower, a DSI water heater that is powered by gas or electric, interior and exterior speakers, a 30,000 BTU furnace and 13.5k BTU air conditioning unit, heated and enclosed underbelly, two 30-pound LP bottles, a porcelain foot flush toilet, a black tank flush and a spare tire and carrier.

The Floor Plan

When you first walk in the door and look to the right, you’ll see the front queen bedroom, which features two wardrobes, comforter and reading lights. An entertainment center separates the bedroom from the rest of the RV. For privacy, both sides of the entertainment center have folding doors that lead into the bedroom.

Across from the entry, you’ll see a sofa and dinette, and these are contained in a slide, giving you more space to move about in the RV. As you face the rear, the right side features a double sink, three-burner stove, oven, microwave, fridge and pantry. The sink features a high-rise residential faucet and sink covers.

The rear of the RV features two 52-inch by 74-inch bunks and the bathroom. The full-size rear bunks can be closed off with a curtain for privacy. The bathroom features a large tub / shower, sink and toilet. The bathroom also features a large skylight over the tub, a mirror, medicine cabinet and storage under the sink. The entire RV has several overhead cabinets throughout, so you’ll have plenty of inside storage space.

Visit Pan Pacific RV Center

Stop by today to walk through the 2016 Keystone Hideout West 26LHSWE and to learn more about this model’s features including holding tank size, interior colors and materials and entertainment features.

Romantic Valentine’s RV Destinations

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If you make plans to have your vacation around Valentine’s Day, you can take your RV anywhere you want to go for a romantic getaway. This year, get romantic in the Rocky Mountains. Be sure that you have everything on your RV checked before you leave, including the brakes. If you are towing, be sure you rig is set up for towing up and down steep hills.

Timber Creek Campground

This campground is open year-round and it is located on US Route 34. Head east for eight miles from the Grand Lake entrance to find the campground on Trail Ridge Road. Be sure to bring your own water, as sites have water only from late May through September. Sites are $20 per night in season; however, they are $14 per night when the water to the sites is turned off. The campground has limited time you can run the generator, so be sure the batteries are fully charged so that you can run the heat. Stays are limited to 14 nights from October through May and seven nights from June through September.

This is a place that you’ll be able to enjoy peace and quiet; and it’s perfect for celebrating a romantic Valentine’s Day with just the two of you. The park even features an amphitheater for weddings for up to 35 people. Restrooms are available and parking is limited. Timber Creek Campground’s elevation is 8,900 feet.

Moraine Park Campground

This campground is located 2 ½ miles south of the Beaver Meadow entrance on Bear Lake Road and it features 245 sites. While reservations are recommended from Memorial Day weekend though the end of September, you should have no problem finding a site for Valentine’s Day. Reservations are not accepted from October through May, so the sites are first-come, first-served.

Fees are $20 per night in season and $14 per night when the water is shut off. RVs are limited to 35 feet. Stays are limited to 14 nights in the winter and seven nights in season. The elevation of Moraine Park Campground is 8,160 feet.

Visit Pan Pacific RV Center

Stop by Pan Pacific RV Center to pick up a new RV if you are ready to spend Valentine’s Day and other holidays having fun; or give our RV service center a call to schedule an appointment to have your RV checked and maintained for your next trip.

Recipes for the Big Game!

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It’s almost time for the big game, and that means it’s time to start planning on what you are going to make for game food. Whether you are in your RV and on the way to the game or you are planning on staying home, you’ll need some great recipes for the big day.

Cream Cheese Sausage Balls

  • 1 pound sausage, uncooked
  • 8 ounces cream cheese, softened
  • 1 ¼ cups Bisquick or Jiffy Mix
  • 4 ounces sharp cheddar cheese, shredded

Instructions:

Preheat the oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit. Mix the sausage, cream cheese, Bisquick and sharp cheddar cheese until everything is well-combined. Roll the mixture into 1-inch balls. Bake the sausage balls for 20 to 25 minutes or until they’re brown. Serve as is or with dip.

Fried Mozzarella

  • ½ cup flour
  • 8 ounces of Marinara sauce
  • Pinch of salt
  • Pinch of pepper
  • 3 eggs, large
  • ½ tsp. Garlic powder
  • ½ tsp. Oregano
  • 1 cup bread crumbs
  • 1 pound mozzarella cheese
  • ½ tsp. Ground cumin

Instructions:

Cut the mozzarella cheese into sticks about ¼ inch thick. Coat the sticks with flour and shake off the excess.

Combine the bread crumbs and spices in a flat dish. Beat the eggs in a separate bowl. Dip the cheese sticks in the eggs and then in the bread crumb mixture. Let the coating dry and repeat dipping in the egg and then the bread crumb mixture. Deep fry the sticks in oil for 3 to 4 minutes. Fry them in batches so they won’t stick to each other. Keep the fried sticks warm in the oven. Serve with chilled marinara sauce.

Visit Pan Pacific RV Center

Be sure to stop by Pan Pacific RV Center to pick up any RV parts or accessories you may need for your next RV trip. If you don’t have an RV and are considering one this year, or if you haven’t thought about it until you read this article, stop by our showroom to walk through the many floor plans we have available so that you get a good idea of what type of RV you want.